Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Snow Aftershave

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Designed by Courtney van Beek | Country: New Zealand

Thanks to Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand student Courtney van Beek for sending this in.

“A concept bottle design containing pure alpine snow powder, without any additives used for aftershave ~ as nature intended. The target audience for this aftershave is for men who appreciate all in nature, for
example Sir David Attenborough.

The braille simply reads, ‘pure snow’ on one side and ‘aftershave’ on the other. Additional information is not necessary as it is what it is. The way the Braille falls down the bottle like snow is very deliberate, it is also molded into the glass, and this takes away an additional sticker.”

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snowaftershave1

snowaftershave1

Designed by Courtney van Beek | Country: New Zealand

Thanks to Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand student Courtney van Beek for sending this in.

“A concept bottle design containing pure alpine snow powder, without any additives used for aftershave ~ as nature intended. The target audience for this aftershave is for men who appreciate all in nature, for
example Sir David Attenborough.

The braille simply reads, ‘pure snow’ on one side and ‘aftershave’ on the other. Additional information is not necessary as it is what it is. The way the Braille falls down the bottle like snow is very deliberate, it is also molded into the glass, and this takes away an additional sticker.”

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